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's bank, paid $16 billion for legal defense fees and $8 billion in settlement for cases involving regulatory avoidance. i mean, that's almost a third of their profits. if i were a shareholder, i'd say why are you spending all that money? >> it's amazing that the easiest way to avoid all this is to stop doing it, change these behaviors. mary jo white will be the new s.e.c. chairman. she's got a long history in law enforcement. she was in the private sector for many years. that's created some controversy. >> defending big banks. >> i'm going to hope with her. i think she's at the end of her career. her legacy is going to be how well she does at the s.e.c. someone like her can be the very best regulator because they know all the bodies are buried. she's not trying to cultivate a client list to go back into practice. this is the last thing she's going to be doing. but i hope she looks at the s.e.c. enforcement strategy and starts suing individuals and looks at it as a way to change behavior not just a way to rack up press releases. i think that fresh look is going to be helpful. let's
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